Cameron Shear (gold)
The Cameron Shear property is located between the Discovery and Flordin properties. It is owned jointly with Canadian Royalties. The property is located 30 km to the north of Lebel-sur-Quévillon. Various exploration programs over the past 40 years have found a few showings of gold. The most interesting showing is the Riocanex zone which is probably an extension of the Flordin zone.
The Laflamme project is located approximately 30 km to the west of the town of Lebel-sur- Quévillon, in Abitibi, Québec. The property consists in 472 cells covering an area of approximately 24,716 ha and is held at 31.5% by Abcourt, in joint venture with Midland Exploration Inc. A new gold discovery was made in hole La-11-11 which gave 9.7 g/t of gold over 1.0 meter.
The 93 cells of the Harricana group are located to the north-west of the Sleeping Giant property and cover 5,238 ha. They are adjacent to that property, in a similar geological context. Its location is strategic.
The Dormex claims lies to the south of the Sleeping Giant mine. The property consists of 127 cells covering an area of 6,189 hectares (62.9 km2). In 2010, 4,206 meters were drilled by North American Palladium (NAP) in a reverse circulation program combined with a ground and an aerial surveys to generate gold targets in an area often covered with glacial sediments more than 40 meters thick. Its location adjacent to Sleeping Giant is strategic.
In 2009 and 2010, Abcourt has acquired by staking 26 cells totalling 736 hectares in Vezza Township, Quebec. This property lies the Casa Berardi- Douay-Cameron deformation zone where several gold occurrences have been reported in the past. As Abcourt has many other priorities, several cells were abandoned since 2014.